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Pojo's Harry Potter Card of the Day

Rogue Bludger - Chamber of Secrets

Rogue Bludger
Power Needed: 8 Quidditch
Card Type: Item
Ability: Before each of your turns, your opponent takes 3 damage.
Card No: 47
Rarity: Rare/Foil
Set: Chamber of Secrets
Average Rating: 3.74 (based on 5 reviews) 
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.  3 ... average.  
5 is the highest rating.


This bludger is twice as costly to play as the original, but doesn't require a match in play to deal its damage to your opponent. Given that both bludgers deal three damage, the initial version is obviously superior in any deck that contains a fair number of matches. However, if those cards aren't in your deck design, then this becomes the only available choice for Quidditch-based item damage. This combos well with Arthur Weasley, and provides you with a win method if your spell deck is faced with a card that shuts down spell casting. The damage/casting cost ratio is slightly anemic, unless Nimbus 2000 is out, but overall I feel this is a very decent card.

Rating: 3.5


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This is my new favorite item. A creature/item for something besides COMC is an awesome thing indeed. My favorite way to use it is to combo it up with Nimbus 2000 and Arthur Weasley for a minimum of 13 damage a turn. That right there competes with most creature decks for damage and is very easy to get on your fourth turn. This card is quite good in item decks and pecks away in any deck running Quidditch. Play this card.

Rating: 4


Whoa Duck! Sitting in Class, Duck! Eating Lunch, Duck! Thats right, this Bludger is constantly on the loose and there doesn't have to be a match in play! So what you say my fearless friend, well here's your so what? Combine this with either of the Nimbus brooms and look out. This card is in all essence a quasi-creature, except it doesn't have any of the creatures limitations in that, it can't be killed by creature killing spells, only denials cards can get it. I don't think that the potential of this card has been fully realized and once again, this adds to the punch of a quid charms deck, without a doubt. Duck!

Rating: 4.2


Matches give your opponent the opportunity to win the match and let him get the reward, or even worse, you get the penalty. That's the world of the old Bludger. Welcome to the world where Rogue Bludgers roam freely, and don't depend on matches. It is definatly double the cost, but the damage it does is unconditional. It's as if it was a creature with infinate health, so it would only be able to be killed by item removal spells.

Rating: 4.3


I dig this card. It is pretty expensive, but it is the first item that does damage every turn. Plus now we have Arthur Weasley stepping in to give items another wallop. If you combine these with regular bludgers and some matches, you should be in pretty good shape. If you have two of each out, that's 12 damage on a match. And with Nimbus 2000, that's 20 damage lol. Suddenly that Three Month Long Match just got a lot shorter! Definitely not for every Quidditch Deck, but since item removal is less common than creature removal, these are a better bet for constant damage. The obvious choice here seems to be item decks. Arthur Weasley and Draco, Slytherin would fit in well with these bludgers. Or any deck that is Match heavy. Angelina Johnson can speed up your deck so that you get to 8 a lot quicker if you keep playing matches. She could be killer with these! It's just too bad we don't have a steelclaw for bludgers lol.

Rating: 2.7

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